Was Rudolf hess a prisoner for 46 years when he tried to bring peace ?

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In 1941 Nazi deputy Rudolf hess was in britain on peace but was arrested and put in prison until 1945 where he was sentenced to life in jail where he stayed until 1987 when he was murdered by the British at 93, Why would a person who tried to end a war be in imprisonment from 1941-1987 46 years when he did a good act ?
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Rudolf Hess born in Alexandria, Egypt on 26th April, 1894. He was deputy leader Nazi party but in 1941 he tried to bring peace yet was imprisoned first in Britain and later spandau from 1941- 1987 46 years why, and om 17th August, 1987. Officially he committed suicide but grave doubts have been raised about the possibility of a 93 man in his state of health being able to hang himself with an electrical extension cord without help from someone else.
Because he was deputy of one of the most evil cultures in modern history.

He was complicate in the creation of the final solution.

He did not advocate peace. But with with the UK in order to fight Russia.

To turn around and say that Hess wanted peace is to ignore the ethnic minority fAmily at the end if the road who are being targeted by racists.....but you're alright because they're not targeting you.
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(Original post by adam snow)
In 1941 Nazi deputy Rudolf hess was in britain on peace but was arrested and put in prison until 1945 where he was sentenced to life in jail where he stayed until 1987 when he was murdered by the British at 93, Why would a person who tried to end a war be in imprisonment from 1941-1987 46 years when he did a good act ?
I think I would do at bit more reading as to the controversy regarding how he came to the UK during the war.

Not sure re your British murder of Hess in 1987, any evidence or is it just yet more conspiracy theories?
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In 1941 Nazi deputy Rudolf hess was in britain on peace but was arrested and put in prison until 1945 where he was sentenced to life in jail where he stayed until 1987 when he was murdered by the British at 93, Why would a person who tried to end a war be in imprisonment from 1941-1987 46 years when he did a good act ?
Because with victors justice, if you're part of the other side you must be evil.

You have millions of people who watch too much TV and listen to too much propaganda who think that every doctor in Nazi Germany injected people with poisoned broken needles, people collected human skin, made products out of people, and that twin nature-nurture studies equated to some type of brutal experiments slicing people up, or that Malaria studies conduced on people in concentration camps included putting them alive on chopping boards. They are are all taken in by people like Irene Zisblatt.


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Rudolf Hess was imprisoned for life because he was too insane to execute and too dangerous, as a potential symbol of continuity of the Nazi state, to ever release. A personal tragedy that in an earlier age could have been remedied by exiling him to an estate in Ceylon, but I would not regard a man who became the deputy leader of the Nazi Party and outlived its victims by four decades as the greatest victim of WWII. He was not trying to bring about peace for its own sake but rather trying to secure Germany's western flank for its war against the USSR, with the ultimate goal of establishing a German empire from the Atlantic to the Urals.
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